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Yes, great twisted minds think alike, Wendy...!
ROTFLMAO at what Mr. Bugosi said! I experienced it the same way he did. hehehe
Thanks, PJ--I tend to go into technical details at the drop of a hat, given half the chance--glad you didn't mind! :-)
I's a fun and interesting design (thanks for telling about the procedure). I really enjoyed solving it.
Ooooh, so close, Ada! But at least you know you beat at least 119 others! LOL!
Yup, it's very strange, whatnauts! The cocoons are attached to swatches of fabric, so the butterflies that emerge incorporate the patterns that have been home to them.....!
This is one very strange looking butterfly.
almost made the board 3:11
Ah, yes, the old hold-your-nose technique of puzzle-solving, lela.....! Reminds me of the old British advice for women and how to "survive" love-making--close your eyes and think of England....!
Thanks, Ardy and Katie--it's a bit different from my other butterflies, because with almost all of those, I copied one of my puzzles 4 times, twice in mirror images, and then had them melt together. That made all four quadrants identical. This time, I just used 2 parts, so the bottom half isn't a match for the top. I like that effect--glad you did too!
Very cool design manipulation Pat! Thanks.
Heartfelt thanks for a beautiful butterfly, Pat. Like the patterns and colors you used here.
I thought the same.....I had to wipe the title from my thoughts, think of internal organs (which it looks like - but not hearts!) and then enjoy it.....
Oh, my, a double wammy, and you still didn't completely hate it! ;-))) Thanks, Wendy!
Pat, for a butterfly, this one's very nice....and that's even with the hearts!
Thanks so much, A3ana!
You have a very interesting brain, Ada ! :-DDD
ah, the other side of my brain! LOL
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